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Tree Advancement Ceremony

Author:  Longhorn Council

A three-foot high tree limb with several branches, set as if it were a tree in a can
of mortar; green paper leaves (make with thin wire frame and with wire stem
sticking out) with Cub Scouts’ names and awards; badges and arrow points.

Cubmaster, Webelos Den Leaders, advancing Cub Scouts, and Webelos Scouts,

“This little tree is a symbol of the natural beauty of land. The tree also represents
Cub Scouting.” It takes a long time for a beautiful tree to grow.

In the same way, a Cub Scout spends a lot of time and effort in advancing from
rank to rank. So do his parents who help him
Today we will see how much prettier this Cub Scouting tree will be when we put
some leaves on it. Each of these leaves represents the time and effort put into
their advancement work by our Cub Scouts and parents.”

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References / Source:
2003 Pirates of the Cirribean

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